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EtymologyEdit

fire +‎ box. In the sense of a redheaded woman, from box (vagina).

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firebox (plural fireboxes)

  1. (rail transport) The chamber of a steam engine, or a steam locomotive, in which the fuel is burned.
  2. The part of a fireplace where the fuel is burned.
  3. (vulgar) A redheaded woman (by synecdoche, pars pro toto), or her red pubic hair.

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